Get The Right Microphone To Fit Your Needs

There’s a great article from Adam Molina on soundguys.com that walks you through all of the considerations for selecting a microphone to use when creating online content. It’s clearly written in response to the uptick in organizations and individuals joining the ranks of online content creators. As a result, it’s an excellent mix of ground floor understanding and technical considerations to help you match a microphone with your usage and budget. Plenty of technical jargon isn’t important, but it can be hard to tell it apart from the important stuff. Plenty of … Read more

If You’re Looking For An Easy To Use App For Scheduling Online Meetings, Check Out Vyte.in

For the longest time, I’ve used Doodle to schedule online meetings. It’s still a great tool but since Covid-19 shutdowns began, I’ve discovered that Vyte.in is just as effective and tends to be much easier to use for online scheduling newbies. While the basic approach is the same between both apps, Vyte provides a much cleaner user interface (UI) and requires fewer steps to set up invites. One of Doodle’s ongoing pain points is the quantity of ads running on free user accounts. All of that is stripped away in Vyte so … Read more

Gathering Data From Virtual Programming

As it becomes more clear that social distancing practices aren’t going to end anytime soon, our attention is turning to how to leverage our online offerings to build future audiences. Many organizations have widely shared free and open content online which has turned out to be a good vehicle to reach current and new patrons. In addition to making it easy to experience the art, this type of deployment removed the barrier of geography and many organizations have seen increased and more diverse engagement than ever before. Free digital content will continue … Read more

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